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Terry graduates Talon Mack and Trevor Pisk played in the 16th annual Six–Man All-Star game in Highwood, Mont., Sat. June 2.
It’s been an exceptional year, according to Terry High School track coach Leann Lantis, noting it’s been a long time since the THS track team has sent 13 athletes to the state track meet.
Weston Luedtke, Trevor Pisk, Layne Lantis, Caty Morrison and Caitlin Lantis earned a trip to the Top Ten track meet in Glasgow, May 1. The Top Ten meet fields top placing athletes from northeastern Montana, awarding only the top 4 placers medals.
Freshman fielder Halle Keltner puts umph behind her shot put throw at the Miles City Invitational held Saturday, May 5 in Miles City. Yellowstone Newspaper Photo Steve Allison
The Terry High School boys track team finished seventh tieing with the Baker team, while the girls team finished eighth at the Miles City Invitational that took place on Saturday.
Lacey Haughian plays with the Wolfenbuettel Wildcats.
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Having played pro ball for 4 years overseas, Lacey Haughian signed with the Wolfenbuettel Wildcats in Wolfenbuettel, Germany in July, 2011 and flew over in August to start practicing with her new team and coach.
The Terry High School boys track team finished eighth while the girls team finished with 6 points, tieing Wibaux and Miles City for fifteenth at the Sidney Invitational track meet on Saturday.
The Terry High School track team competed at the Baker Invitational in Glendive, Saturday, April 14. The Glendive boys and Sidney girls took home the meet champion honors. The following are results from Terry’s track and field players.
The Terry junior high track team began practices March 27 under the leadership of coach Mike Ehinger. The team of 17 will compete at their first meet Tuesday, April 17 in Broadus.
The Wibaux Invitational track meet was held in Glendive April 5. The tiny school of Westby stole the show as they won the girls team title and the Baker boys side.